When Hyun Soo Kim first came to Baltimore and trotted out on the orange carpet, the Orioles outfielder was greeted with a smattering of boos. Following a Spring Training in which Kim hit .178, the first month of his Major League career had been largely forgettable.
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Orioles closer Zach Britton sprained his ankle in the ninth inning of the O's 8-7 loss to the White Sox.
The Orioles are trying to win a game tonight while hoping that they haven't lost their All-Star closer. Zach Britton limped off the field with two outs in the top of the ninth inning after Adam Eaton reached on a bunt single. No word on the exact nature of the ... Read More
Orioles right-hander Hunter Harvey, one of their top pitching prospects, has been shut down and will see a specialist as he continues to be bothered by a groin injury.
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With the Orioles seeing their only right-handed starter tonight in a five-game stretch, Hyun Soo Kim has been included in the lineup after going 6-for-11 in five games. Rule 5 pick Joey Rickard is out of the lineup for the first time this season. Mark Trumbo is in right field ... Read More
The Orioles beat the White Sox 6-3 behind Nolan Reimold's three-run home run.
Nolan Reimold explains why Brady Anderson gave him Luke Scott's bat. Reimold launched a three-run home run in the O's 6-3 win over the White Sox.
Joe Durham was a bona fide All-Star well before he made history as the first African-American player to hit a home run for the Baltimore Orioles. Playing in 1952 for the Chicago American Giants in the Negro Leagues, Durham was selected to the East-West All-Star Game at Comiskey Park. For a rookie in the league, it was a thrill to be on such a prominent stage amongst the veteransâ€...
Manny Machado's grand slam versus the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night was the latest in a strong start that has more people taking notice of the Orioles' young superstar. You could rightfully argue that the two-time All-Star and Gold Glove winner who finished fourth in MVP voting last season ... Read More
Â The Baltimore OriolesÂ expected this type of production from Manny Machado. Iâ€™m not sure they expected the exact same from Mark Trumbo. Machado came in as the #3 pick in the 2010 draft and when he made his debut in 2012 he was looked at as the next superstar (along with Mike Trout and Bryce Harper). He had an excellent season in 2013, as he led the league with 51 doubles, but...
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